Unigo has teamed up with the University of Miami to help students and families who want to help support scholarship-seekers in the Miami area.
The scholarship program is a partnership between Unigo and the University and is open to all students, regardless of whether they attended UM.
The university said it will be distributing approximately 2,000 scholarships, with up to $20,000 in scholarships awarded each year.
In the event of a financial emergency, the university said the scholarships will be distributed.
Students can apply online at www.unigo.com/unigo10k, or by phone at 305-839-8888.
Students will be able to sign up for a scholarship online through Monday, August 31.
Unigo also said it is offering a $2,000 Unigo 10K scholarship to students who attend UM-Dade Community College during the summer.
The 10K Scholarship will award up to three scholarships to students.
The maximum award is $25,000.
Students who are enrolled in the Unigo Student Success Program (USSP) program and complete the online application can also apply for the scholarship.
Unigos 10K will begin accepting applications for the 2018-2019 academic year on Thursday, September 14, and the awards will be awarded in October.
Unigenix said the scholarship is for students who will complete a course or a course-based program at the University.
“It’s really an awesome way to support students who are looking to support themselves financially,” said Michelle M. Schulz, the Vice President of Marketing for Unigix.
The university has said it plans to donate the scholarship to scholarships that benefit the Miami region, but Unigenis mission statement states that it is “dedicated to the health and wellbeing of the students and community members in our region.””
And also we really want to make sure that those students can stay motivated and stay focused on what they’re really passionate about.”
The university has said it plans to donate the scholarship to scholarships that benefit the Miami region, but Unigenis mission statement states that it is “dedicated to the health and wellbeing of the students and community members in our region.”